Eco-News Roundup: Tuesday December 8
News from our other blogs and elsewhere on health, the environment, and wildlife.
Crowded Planet: Copenhagen struggles with 20,000 more attendees than planned.
Time for Action: Danish organizers say the time is for action, not words. [Al Jazeera]
Making Changes: The EPA's evaluation of the dangers of GHGs could have big impacts on business.
Packaging Air: The New York Times asks why there's so much extra space in packaging. [Consumerist]
Deadly Questions: Odd "suicides" at Gitmo, some physically impossible, raise questions.
Big Steps: Is pushing for broad environmental policy change better than "going green" at home?
This is London: Londoners protest ahead of Copenhagen, asking for real change. [MSNBC]
Press Monkey: Photo-snapping oranguatan takes popular self-portraits.
Green Tax: A flat carbon tax seems easy and straightforward... at first.
Taxes Part 2: Kevin Drum thinks the Senate will never pass a serious carbon tax. Ever.
Slim Shady: Eminem brags about rape on tape, plus new sex assault report.